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WARNING: This blog is not for those easily offended, the faint of heart or complete Miami Hurricane "homers" who are desperately looking for some way to turn yesterday's game into a positive simply because Miami won. In fact, this blog is not going to make anybody happy so that is why I am issuing a warning and an apology to everyone here at Canespace right up front.
That nasty, foul, wretched stench you smell today is the lingering smell of bull dung that your Miami Hurricanes stepped in, no make that fell face first into, yesterday against the USF Bulls in Tampa.
The Hurricanes equipment staff may as well burn the uniforms from yesterday's stinker of a game because I've taken three showers and washed my clothes several times and I still can't get that awful smell off of my skin or out of any of the orange and green clothing I had on at the game.
The performance by Miami at Raymond James Stadium was that bad.
The game was maybe even worse tha...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
JUST KICKIN' IT
Miami beat South Florida 6-3 Saturday on a 36-yard field goal from Jake Wieclaw as time expired in Tampa. What was strange about the field goal is what transpired prior to Wieclaw’s attempt. Typically opposing coaches will call a timeout to try and “ice” the kicker. You know, they’ll freeze time and make the kicker [...]
With names like Hurricanes RB Lamar Miller, WR Travis Benjamin, and a daring QB in Jacory Harris at the helm, did anyone expect either offense to be limited to 9 total points on the way to a heroic defensive clash in Tampa Bay?
The Miami Hurricanes gutted one out in a touchdown free, hard-hitting battle at Raymond James Stadium en route to a 6-3 last second victory on...
CORAL GABLES, Fla. - For a day, the Hurricanes got to celebrate. That is, as much as one can party about a possible trip to the Music City, Independence or Military Bowl.
But Sunday it was all snatched away. A day after winning 6-3 at South Florida to become bowl-eligible, University of Miami football players were told there would be no bowl.
My heart just dropped, defensive back...
The Miami Hurricanes will not play in a college football bowl game this season.
The team has decided to forgo any postseason games, hoping that their self-imposed ban — deemed a ‘necessary’ response to the NCAA’s ongoing investigation into the university’s compliance practices — can help mitigate further penalties from the NCAA at the conclusion of their investigation...
Jake Wieclaw's second field goal of the game, a 36-yarder as time expired, gave Miami a 6-3 victory over South Florida and made the Hurricanes bowl eligible on Saturday.
With the bowl ban ensuring the season will end soon, talk turned to what’s next for several players with decisions to make.
Aside from missing a bowl game, the Hurricanes also won’t have the luxury next month either of having 15 extra practices. Coach Al Golden said Monday of the situation: “That’s tough. But we’ll get over it.”
Jacory Harris has seen just about everything in his four years at Miami.
Fans have screamed for him. Fans have screamed at him. He was a team leader, he was suspended for breaking NCAA rules, accepted all the blame when the Hurricanes lost, tried to deflect much of the credit when the Hurricanes won.
In short, it's been a wild ride.
And now it's coming to an end.
In hardly a surprise move, the University of Miami announced Sunday it will withhold its football team from bowl consideration this year in response to the ongoing NCAA inquiry into its program.
With a record of 6-5 (3-4 in the ACC), the Canes became bowl eligible with Saturday’s win over South Florida and were likely headed to the Kraft Hunger Bowl, Independence Bowl or some...
Seantrel Henderson spent nearly all season fighting his way through offseason back surgery to get in UM’s starting lineup.
Sophomore Eduardo Clements converted two short-yardage situations Saturday to help set up UM’s winning field goal.
Complete breakdown of the instate showdown between the South Florida Bulls and the Miami Hurricanes!
In the Canes’ lowest-scoring game since 1979, Jake Wieclaw’s last-second field goal gave UM a win against USF.
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